If madness isn’t like other illnesses, what is it? Should psychiatry have the power of legal coercion? How can the legacy of Thomas Szasz inform new ways of helping people? Tomi Gomory, associate professor of social work at Florida State University and co-author of “Mad Science: Psychiatric Coercion, Diagnosis, and Drugs,” explores thinking beyond the medical model of emotional distress.
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